This is the most comprehensive listing widget we have yet.
Configurable list widget allows you to define the various field types per column on the list in a matrix-type of layout - for example, our demo allows you to collect membership information per region by listing the members names, their obligations from a drop down list, the date they became members, a check box, a comment text and a number box.
We have prepared an easy guide so that you can explore all that this widget has to offer.
Config list is very useful for forms that collect all sorts of lists; multiple product orders, a shopping list, requisition lists, storage management, group membership forms among many other uses.
Dynamic Text Boxes simplifies listing on your form by allowing your users to add more responses to a question.
If you are collecting a list of names, items or basically collecting listed information and are not sure how many text boxes you will need, this widget is what you are looking for.
It is easy to configure, and you can define how many text boxes you want to be automatically created when your form is opened. The rest is up to the form user, who can expand their list of answers by clicking on the add more button.
Multiple Text Fields
You can now easily and quickly add a group of related fields on your form.
This widget will generate the field labels, and the input boxes for each of the listed fields.
The widget is especially useful if you need to add a group of related input boxes on your form; like an address field, label generator form among other uses.
The configuration Wizard only requires that you list the names of each of the fields, and voilÃƒÂ ! - Your Input fields are ready.
Matrix Dynamique allows you to collect data that has been laid out in a grid by dynamically adding extra rows. It generates predefined columns that allow the form user to add as many rows of text boxes as they want.
This is perfect for data collection forms, or basically any form that collects information that needs to be organized in a grid or matrix.
Most reservation forms, if not all, need a way in which certain dates cannot be selected because they have been chosen by prior form users.
If you have a reservation form for any reason, this widget is invaluable.
The widget allows you to display a calendar on your form which your users can select dates that correspond with the purpose of the form. If prior form users have selected a date or a range of dates, they will be grayed out - they cannot be selected.
For the widget to work properly, you need to get a Jotform API key from your account settings, so that the widget can reference previous selections and prevent a date from being selected twice.
In situations where spreadsheet data needs to be collected, analysed and submitted in a simple spreadsheet format, this is the ideal widget. Your form users can now submit structured data sets that can be used in a spreadsheet - or for any purpose where cell-value data sets are critical.
You can assign calculation formulas to designated cells through the widget configuration. Calculation formulas start with "=" and use letter and number combination to identify table cells. For example, =a1 + b1 will return sum of top fields in "A" and "B" column.
You can also use brackets e.g. = (a1 + b1) / c1 with math functions like pow or sqrt.
For example, = pow(a1, 3) + pow(b1, 2) is the same as =(a1 * a1 * a1) + (b1 * b1).
Drop-down fields are easy to use, because of the simplicity of picking an option from a list.
What if you wanted to limit the options that can be selected from a drop-down list depending on what the form user selected earlier?
It is now possible with dynamic dropdowns.
You can create more than one drop-down list with this widget, nesting any number of child drop down lists within related parent lists, such that when the user selects one option in the parent list, the related child lists are displayed.
It is useful for basically any form with a limited set of listed options from where you want the user to select.
Dynamically adding input fields to your form is a feature that many form users appreciate. There's always that one extra answer that they would like to submit.
Field multiplier generates one input field, and allows form user to add fields on the fly.
Its simple operation makes it very intuitive, and accommodates exactly what each user needs to submit their answer.
The widget requires no additional configuration.
One of the best advantages of using this widget is that it conserves horizontal space.
Drop down fields normally allow you to select only one option, but this widget goes further to allow your form users to pick on more than one option.
The widget tucks away all the options into a drop down field, which is revealed when the field is clicked. After the user selects what they want, the field collapses neatly back into position.
Your form users can delete any of their selected options before submitting.
This widget opens up an amazing possibility for your form - to list as many items as the user wishes. This widget will allow you to define what inputs the list should contain for each row entry, for example: A name, an email or physical address - these will also be used as the list column headings by the widget.
A text-box is automatically created for each of the defined inputs whenever the form user adds another row to the list. The form user is able to save, delete or edit each row entry as they please before the form is submitted. To enable your users to list as many items on your form, go ahead and add this easy to configure widget.
When you have a set of options that you can lay out on a grid like a calender, feature selections, product specifications among other data sets - displaying them for the user to select can be difficult at times.
This is why the MultiSelect Grid Widget would work great for your form.
The widget allows you to configure your data in a grid with column and row values, and when the user selects a cell in the grid, the intersecting column and row values are selected as well, like a time-table with available slots for an appointment request, as emulated in our demo.
If you have a large data set, the widget accepts dragging across multiple cells to select multiple values easily.
Visual Multi Select
This is a visually stimulating way of helping your form users select a list of options by moving them from a box on the left to the one on the right.
It is intuitive, allows you to list as many options as you would like, easy to configure, and comes with four stunning themes to style your form with.
Users like new ways of selecting options, or answering questions. This is why Visual Multi Select is the ideal widget for your form, it engages your users and allows them the autonomy to select or un-select options before submitting the form.
Some forms require that the answers are entered in a narration - in other words - fill in the blanks.
This widget is perfect for such form questions. It allows you to place a narration on your form - with blanks within the narration where your form users will fill out the correct responses.
This makes the widget perfect for evaluations, tests and basically anything that requires the user to fill in a blank within a sentence.
The widget also allows you to either receive the answers as they appear with the paragraph or sentence, or in tabulated format without the narration text.
This type of forms are also called "Mad Libs Style Forms" and "Natural Language Forms".
A very effective way of collecting answers is by using a list of options that users can pick from. It becomes even better if form users are able to move the options from one box to the other in relation to the question on the form.
Dual List-box is a different way of receiving form answers. It lists all the options you want your users to choose from in one box on the left, then require them to interactively move their selections to the box on the right. Pretty cool, right?
You can customize the titles of each box, as well as adding and modifying the list in the box on the left using the widget settings dialog - along with other settings that will help you customize the widget's layout further.
This widget allows you to present form questions as fill in the blanks.
If you have a test or exam in the form of a passage you would like your form users to complete, then this is the ideal widget.
It allows you to present the test in a narrative passage, where you can configure where you would like the blank spaces placed as input boxes.
The widget has another cool feature: It allows you to define the correct answer in the settings, and after the form has been submitted, each response will be marked as a pass or fail.
This widget is perfect for evaluation, test or quiz forms.
Fixed Format allows you to collect a precise number of characters, numbers or symbols within a series of input boxes arranged horizontally.
This widget allows you to specify what type of input you require - numbers, alphabetical characters or symbols. Not only that, you can specify how many characters you need for each input box.
The widget can generate more than one text input boxes, arranged horizontally, and a character of your choice used between each text box. To specify the number of characters, the underscore is used, and to create a new text-box, the forward slash is used.
You can use the widget for telephone fields, serial numbers, codes, tracking numbers, IDs among other inputs that have a fixed format.
This nifty widget makes sure that your users can accurately submit a height value.
The widget allows your form users to select which unit the can use to enter the height value - Centimeters or Feet - Inches.
Regardless of which unit the user uses, the widget will submit both converted values automatically, making your form globally friendly to height units.
The widget can be used on virtually any form that requires their users to submit height values.